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Hey guys,

Lately my internet has been disconnecting a lot. I am sure it is not my wireless adapter because I can see other networks fine. I'm 90% sure it's the router. I have a Linksys WRT160N with DD-WRT installed. How can I fix this? Thanks
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Dumb question, but have you updated your FW lately? Perhaps a new version or a rollback would help. Or...*gasp* get rid of DD-WRT and try the router's stock firmware and see if that helps.
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Originally Posted by SOCOM_HERO View Post

Dumb question, but have you updated your FW lately? Perhaps a new version or a rollback would help. Or...*gasp* get rid of DD-WRT and try the router's stock firmware and see if that helps.

I might just get rid of DD-WRT. I haven't updated my firmware at all.
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